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Amurensin may refer to:

See also[edit]

  • Amurensine, an alkaloid found in some Papaver species


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  2. ^ a b c d Four Novel Oligostilbenes from the Roots of Vitis amurensis. Kai-Sheng Huang, Mao Lin, Lin-Ning Yu and Man Kong, Tetrahedron, 3 March 2000, Volume 56, Issue 10, Pages 1321–1329, doi:10.1016/S0040-4020(99)01034-0
  3. ^ Oh, W. K.; Cho, K. B.; Hien, T. T.; Kim, T. H.; Kim, H. S.; Dao, T. T.; Han, H. -K.; Kwon, S. -M.; Ahn, S. -G.; Yoon, J. -H.; Kim, T. H.; Kim, Y. G.; Kang, K. W. (2010). "Amurensin G, a Potent Natural SIRT1 Inhibitor, Rescues Doxorubicin Responsiveness via Down-Regulation of Multidrug Resistance 1" (pdf). Molecular Pharmacology. 78 (5): 855–864. doi:10.1124/mol.110.065961. PMID 20713551. 
  4. ^ Kai Sheng Huang; Mao Lin; Lin Ning Yu; Man Kong (1999). "A New Oligostilbene from the Roots of Vitis Amurensis". Chinese Chemical Letters. 10 (9): 775–776.  (article)
  5. ^ Synthesis of Amurensin H, a New Resveratrol Dimer from the Roots of Vitis Amurensis. Kai Sheng Huang, Mao Lin and Ying Hong Wang, Chinese Chemical Letters, 1999, Volume 10, No. 10, pages 817−820 (article[permanent dead link])
  6. ^ a b c d e Anti-inflammatory tetramers of resveratrol from the roots of Vitis amurensis and the conformations of the seven-membered ring in some oligostilbenes. Kai-Sheng Huang, Mao Lin, and Gui-Fang Cheng, Phytochemistry, September 2001, Volume 58, Issue 2, Pages 357–362, doi:10.1016/S0031-9422(01)00224-2